Bathroom BEKV

Published on June 2nd, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Bekvam from kitchen to bathroom

Materials: BEKVAM kitchen trolley

Description: This is a simple hack using a BEKVAM kitchen trolley to mount a counter-top bathroom basin (not bought from IKEA).

A hole was drilled in the centre of the top for the waste pipe. I was planning to attach the basin with sealant, but in the end decided to leave it un-attached as it was securely located by the waste fitting and the whole thing would be easy to dis-assemble for cleaning etc.

I also sawed off the back legs of the trolley so they were the same length as the front legs without the castors attached.

That’s it!

~ Nick Ray, London

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11 Responses to Bekvam from kitchen to bathroom

  1. Anonymous says:

    This is really nice, but I am also dying to know: where did you get that soap dish??

  2. Anonymous says:

    Looove this! Where did you get the sink?

  3. Anonymous says:

    i was going to say the same.
    both things.
    where did you get that soap dish from?
    varnish that trolley or you’ll loose it with humidity.
    what a waste of a bekvam kart. i love the bekvam kart;-) but the project is not indeed a waste


  4. Anonymous says:

    Did this seven years ago. Make sure you protect the top from water on both sides. It will eventually warp.

  5. Helen says:

    Great job!!! I like it♥

  6. ~m says:

    Where did you get that soap dish?

  7. I love that vessel sink with that wooden base. Nice work!

  8. mydecoreview says:

    Painting the trolley would have made it even more beautiful

  9. fulancito says:


  10. Dena says:

    Yes, where did you get the soap dish. I LOVE it.

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